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LG’s G Watch R prototype was easy to wear, tough to give back

We try on LG's second Android Wear device, the G Watch R. Sporting a round face and sporty metal look, the watch is dividing critics, but we absolutely love it.

Olloclip goes Android with first lens accessory for Samsung Galaxy S5 and S4

Olloclip introduced a lens accessory for the Samsung Galaxy S5 and S4. Now iPhone users aren't the only ones who can take pictures with Olloclip's 4-in-1 lens attachment.

Samsung’s Galaxy Tab Active is a rugged tablet for business users

Samsung introduced a rugged tablet for business customers called the Galaxy Tab Active. The tough tablet rounds out Samsung's offerings at IFA 2014.

Huawei rounds out its mid-range Android phones with the Ascend G7, G620S, and Y550

Huawei introduced several new mid-to-low-end smartphones at IFA 2014, including the Ascend G7, Ascend G620S, and Ascend Y550.

Huawei Ascend Mate 7 takes on iPhone with a fingerprint scanner and selfie cam

Huawei introduced a sleek, sophisticated, high-end phablet called the Ascend Mate 7. The phone has a fingerprint sensor and solid specs.

Xperia Z3 tablet and smartphones bring PS4 Remote Play to mobile devices

Sony's newly revealed Xperia Z3 smartphones and tablet are the only non-PlayStation mobile devices to support Remote Play on the PS4. In essence, you can turn your mobile device into an untethered gaming monitor.

Lenovo aims for layers and selfies with the Vibe X2 and Vibe Z2

At IFA 2014 in Berlin, Lenovo revealed two new smartphones in its Vibe lineup: the Vibe X2 and Vibe Z2. While the Vibe X2 uses a unique multi-layered design, the Vibe Z2 aims to make selfie addicts among us extremely happy.
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HTC launches Desire 820 with selfie snappers in mind

Unveiled at IFA in Berlin on Thursday, HTC's new Desire 820 mid-range smartphone appears to be aimed at the selfie crowd with its 8-megapixel front shooter and range of camera features – some more gimmicky than others.

Meizu’s MX4 brings KitKat, an octa-core, and a massive display to the table for $300

Meizu announced the latest in the company's MX line of smartphones, the MX4. It brings a MediaTek octa-core processor and a 5.36-inch Full HD display for $300. The MX4 will be available for purchase later this month.

Hands on: Samsung’s dramatically different Galaxy Edge spills over with potential

Samsung's Note Edge stands out due to its 5.6-inch screen cascading over the right-hand side of the device. The curved section works independently of the main screen, and serves up handy snippets of information and news. We think it's one…